“When I got to meet the mayor of Wasilla… I said this person loves Jesus… And then when she became our governor, I said, I know her. She came to this church.”
Sarah Palin at church in the Wasilla Assembly of God:
What you see in a terrorist — that’s called the invisible enemy. There has always been an invisible enemy. What you see in Iraq, basically, is a manifestation of what’s going on in this unseen world called the spirit world. … We need to think like Jesus thinks. We are in a time and a season of war, and we need to think like that. – Pastor Ed Kalnins
“We need to develop that instinct. We need to develop as believers the instinct that we are at war, and that war is contending for your faith. …
“Jesus called us to die. You’re worried about getting hurt? He’s called us to die.
“Listen, you know we can’t even follow him unless you are willing to give up your life. …
“I believe that Jesus himself operated from that position of war mode.
Palin told the congregation in June, “What comes from this church I think has great destiny.”
Sarah Palin prays “I think God’s will has to be done in unifying people and companies to get that gas line built, so pray for that.”
“See? She’s not so bad! She didn’t mention anything about her separatist or militia friends even once!”
First Campaign Stop After Convention.
Many fear the Republican Rovers want a theocracy where only a believer is an American. John McCain, in his first television interview since his vice presidential pick, said that he saw in Sarah Palin “a soul mate.”
“Sir, my concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side.” – Abraham Lincoln